Known primarily for its ride-hailing business, Bolt has now expanded its micromobility offering into more than 100 cities. Intelligent Transport’s Joshua Minchin sat down with Bolt’s Global Director of Rentals Products, Dmitri Pivovarov, to find out how it has achieved so much so quickly.
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Bolt's custom-made scooters offer an up to five-year lifespan, are 100 per cent recyclable, and aim to soon be carbon negative.
As a sustainable way to travel in the open air, 500 Lime e-scooters will help reconnect the city as Seattle aims to reopen safely from COVID-19.
The trial will launch to the public in Birmingham and Coventry on 10 September and up to 10,000 e-scooters are to be rolled-out across the region soon after.
Having been approved by the DfT and Norfolk County Council to operate an e-scooter trial in Norwich, Beryl is to launch a fleet of e-bikes, pedal bikes and e-scooters.
The acquisition, which is currently in the first phase, will see mopeds, e-scooters and e-bikes become available to users.
The partnership is thought to be the first example of such cooperation among Russian ride-hailing services.
The plans entail changing the way Spin currently conducts business - from the carbon produced when manufacturing electric scooters to ensuring the sources of power used to recharge scooters every day are renewable.
500 Helbiz e-scooters are now available to citizens and tourists in the Italian city through Helbiz’s mobile app.
Dott, TIER and Lime have been awarded a two year tender to operate 5,000 scooter devices each in the City of Paris.
The operators have committed to higher levels of sustainability standards and practices across e-scooter manufacturing, operations, end of life and lifecycle emissions.